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Matt and Steve Romines Discuss Ky. General Assembly Bills on Hey Kentucky!


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Steve Romines practices law everyday, but this look at the law is a little different than what he’s used to.  Matt and Steve say Yea or Nay to house bills in the Kentucky General Assembly you probably haven’t heard about until now.

Watch Wednesday’s episode with Steve after the jump.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

9 responses to “Matt and Steve Romines Discuss Ky. General Assembly Bills on Hey Kentucky!”

  1. catsarerunnin

    I’ll watch it later. I’m busy watching paint dry.

    1. DelrayCat

      No problem comrade. I’m sure you’ll be just fine watching Duck Dynasty or Alaskan Bush People rather than actually becoming educated on the issues. I’m sure you’ll then go on believing exactly what your totalitarian masters (Putin, Trump, Bevin, and Bannon) want you to think.

    2. catsarerunnin

      No need to stop bein a lady.

    3. One Man Gang

      DelrayCat Typed this as he was curled up in the fetal position, wearing his pink vagina hat and watching that dyke on MSNBC. Don’t worry, the next 8 years are going to fly by.

  2. Luether

    This is typical liberal BS and has no place on this sight…

    1. DelrayCat

      Yeah, it might hurt your brain to watch educated people politely discuss the issues. Go find yourself some fake news or “alternative facts” on Fox or Rush.

    2. catsarerunnin

      Yeah watch MSNBC or CNN. They don’t do any of that fake news stuff and they show both sides of political debate without any unbiased bullshit….

    3. One Man Gang

      DelrayCatt is still running his man pleaser. It is ok, I’m sure they will have another women’s march full of fat women, for you to admire.

  3. JayDub

    Typical liberal crap. You guys assume that the conservative people are uneducated. WRONG! Just face it–you guys are on the outside looking in; both in state AND national politics.

    Really, what does this have to do with Kentucky Sports? I get it that you two hipsters are attorneys, but do something productive. Help the poor with legal assistance pro bono. Prosecute the thugs, druggies, bullies, and thieves. The problem with most attorneys is that most really don’t stand for anything. They will represent anyone for any reason as long as they get a fee. What price is your integrity?